For reasons that escape me, I can never find the darn Amazon Coupon Book with e-coupons on amazon.com. There’s not a nav link or easy URL to remember. I’m not a navigation doofus, but really.. its a big 404 error to me. So for mostly my sake and hopefully for your convenience, here is the link to the Amazon Coupon Book.
Right now there are two valuable Pampers eCoupons available, $3/1 Pampers Cruisers or Swaddlers Box or $1.50/1 Pampers Diapers or Pants. If you don’t see them, try refreshing.
For a quick 42 points, enter this code on Pampers Gifts to Grow: VMF776C7HMXXT4A. Not a member? Click here to join! You’ll also earn 10 bonus points on the next diaper code you enter before January 31st.
What a proud day it was the day FatHeadPup asked, “Mama, what this?” as he pulled a toddler-sized handful of coupons out of my wallet. “They’re coupons, John John.. Mama likes coupons.” My husband looked over at me, slyly concealing a smirk. I retorted his silent statement with, “Well, he’s never too young!”
Did you know Amazon offers coupons? They’re similar to manufacturers coupons on household items, such as Tide laundry detergent, Charmin bath tissue, Pampers diapers and more, that can be used at Amazon only. When I’m on the site, I can never seem to “find” them so here’s an easy link for you (and me) to the Amazon Coupon Book.
1. Sign up: If you’re not signed up for Pampers Gifts to Grow rewards, here’s a link. Collect points for free gift cards, books, toys and other items in their ever-changing rewards catalog. Earn more points by…
2. Making it a party: If you have other new mom friends, encourage them to sign up too. You’ll receive 10 points per new member. If you have a blog, you can request a referral link by visiting the Pampers Village section and entering your email address. They’ll generate a referral link for you on the spot. Watch your email for…
3. Free codes: Generic codes (ones that are not one-use only) are released occasionally for public consumption, often around holidays. Here’s one brand new code for you: 4HAPPYHALLOWEEN worth 5 points. More free codes can be found on…
4. Facebook: “Like” Pampers on Facebook for more free codes. In the past, they’ve released high value limited-time codes, so it pays to keep an eye on their updates in your Facebook newsfeed. More points means faster…
5. Rewards: I used to think the Shutterfly rewards were the best redemption on Pampers Gifts to Grow since I used Shutterfly so much anyway. But lately, Shutterfly, Snapfish and Kodak have been really generous in free print offers, so FatHeadDog recommends saving your points for larger Shutterfly items or other rewards, such as…
6. Gift cards: If you see one you have enough points for, snag it now! Previous gift cards have included CVS, Red Robin, Diapers.com and Sam’s Club. Gift cards fly off the Pampers virtual shelves quickly, so if you want it, get it. Of course, stay tuned to…
7. FatHeadDog.com for free codes, tips and hints for making the most of your Pampers Gifts to Grow account.
My husband doesn’t understand why there are empty Pampers diaper packages stuffed in my nightstand. I used to explain the kit and kaboodle, but no sooner than I uttered the words “Gifts to Grow rewards program” did his eyes glaze over. Now I know, just say “free stuff” and he’ll let me be.
Here’s a catch-up post of recently released Pampers Gifts to Grow codes for you. If you’re not signed up yet, click here to sign up.
JOINNOW4REWARDS – 50 points
WELCOME2PAMPERS – 50 points
GIFTSTOGROW4MOM – 50 points
2BEGINEARNING50 – 50 points
GIFTS2GROWBONUS – 20 points
PUNTOSPARAMI123 – 10 points
GTGTENMONTHCODE – 10 points
CAREFORNEWBORNS – 10 points
FACEBOOKOCT2010 – 10 points
10PTSFREECODE4U – 10 points
GTGGETREADYSOON – 10 points
GTGFIVEMONTHS10 – 10 points
GETSTARTEDNOW10 – 10 points
WELCOME2GTG2010 – 10 points
WELCOME2VILLAGE – 10 points
GTGCOUPONPOINTS – 10 points
Amazon has extended the 30% off diapers deal so you have another change to score Cheap Ass Diapers (herein referred to as CAD). All varieties of both Pampers Baby Dry Diapersand Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers are 15% off plus an additional 15% off for subscribing to Subscribe & Save. For more savings, you can stack this with the 20% off diapers coupon from Amazon (its an orange pull-out card found in the August and Sept issues of Parents and Parenting the Early Years magazines).
A sampling of the discount:
For a huge box of Pampers size 4, 176-count $39.49 (a box of CAD which is bigger than my two-year-old kid…)
| (Cheap Ass Diapers) Item(s) Subtotal:
|Shipping & Handling:
|(20% magazine coupon) Promotion Applied:
|(15% Subscribe & Save) Promotion Applied:
|(Amazon coupon book) Your Coupon Savings:
|Total Before Tax:
FHD tips for CAD:
1. You can stack up to three magazine 20% off codes in one order for really really CAD.
2. Amazon offers diaper coupons, which can be used with this deal. They’re found in your Coupon Book on amazon.com. If you don’t see one, try refreshing.
3. Canceling your subscription to Subscribe & Save can be done online in one easy step. Go to My Account and look for Managing my Subscribe & Save subscriptions.
4. Also refer to Amazon diaper deals as Cheap Ass Diaper deals.
Anyone else spotted more Amazon 20% coupons in magazines? Leave a comment on FatHeadDog!
Here are two new Pampers Gifts to Grow codes for you!
(Hey, that’s a record–a 13-word post… er, make that 24.)
This one will probably go quick. On Pampers Gifts to Grow, you can snag a $20 gift card to CVS for 2,200 points (Edit 8/25: gift cards are gone now.) I know that’s like 10,000 million diapers worth of points, but that’s one of the best rewards I’ve seen on there to date. If you’re new to the program, here’s a quick guide.
How to Earn Points:
- Generic codes are released occasionally for public consumption, often around holidays.
- One-time codes are found on Pampers products, for which points correspond with the size of the product purchased. A Jumbo pack offers less points than a larger, Mega pack, for example. And the giant 277-diaper box that showed up at my door from Amazon.com–the one that was bigger than my child–that one is worth a few more points.